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Tuesday, November 24, 2015

Book Review: The Finn Factor By Rachel Bailey

The Finn Factor
By Rachel Bailey

Sometimes all a girl needs is a little practice...

It's been twelve months, three days, and eleven hours since accounting student Scarlett Logan made it past a second date. A pitcher of mojitos in hand, she employs her supreme graphing skills to narrow things down to one horrifying explanation. Kissing. Clearly someone needs to teach her how to kiss properly. Like, say, her best friend and roomie, Finn Mackenzie. He's safe, he's convenient, and yeah, maybe just a little gorgeous.

Finn knows exactly why Scarlett's boyfriends are disappearing quickly. Him. Not a single guy she's brought home is nearly good enough. And he'll be damned if he lets some loser give her "kissing lessons." No. He'll do the honors, thank you very much. The moment their lips touch, though, everything turns upside down. But Scarlett deserves the one thing Finn can't give her. And if he doesn't put an end to the sexy little shenanigans, he'll teach Scarlett the hardest lesson of all...heartbreak.
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My Review:

This was a cute and quick read. The dialogue was witty and fun. This book had me laughing out load at inappropriate times.

Scarlett is a very fun character to get to know. She thinks about a million miles an hour, but ends up filling in the blanks when prompted because most of what she "said" is only in her head. I loved that about her because I have a few moments where my head is a war zone as well. She's so preoccupied in getting a boyfriend that she doesn't see what Finn has been doing for the last few years.

Finn is a nerd and a good looking one at that. He's obsessed with the most obscure subjects that it eventually becomes endearing (keyword: eventually). It turns out he's the reason Scarlett's dates never show up more than twice and when Scarlett finally figures it out things quickly escalate.

I really liked getting to know Scarlett's hippy parents, even though I disagreed wholeheartedly with their way of life and teaching methods. Finn's sister's were a great addition to the story and helped move the plot at a better pace. I also loved the dog!

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